Creetown Produce Market

Held on 2nd Sunday of each month (Apr-Sep) 10am-2pm

This is an easily accessed market venue with onsite and local parking and around 20 market stalls. Produce regularly available includes locally produced local beef, pork, lamb, chicken, sausage, bacon, eggs, cheese, bread, baking, jams and preserves, hand-made chocolates, cosmetics, jewellery, plants, animal treats, local crafts plus more.

What to see and do:

The historic town of Creetown is notable for its geology, both the natural local granite which has been used to build much of the town (and also incidentally, much of the Thames embankment in London) and for the fascinating geological treat that is the Creetown Gem Rock Museum. Creetown has a vibrant and active local community, an interesting Creetown Heritage Museum and a number of beautiful nature reserves and ancient woodlands.

  • Enjoy local foods and home baking in the Prospectors' Pantry at the Gem Rock Museum
  • Explore Balloch Wood, a community project which makes this stunning woodland accessible through walks and art
  • Go fishing - some of the highest quality game fishing can be found in and around Creetown
Adamson Square
Dumfries & Galloway